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No 242. SV4C - G-AYGE PREVIOUSLY F-BCGM
G-AYGE is a STAMPE SV4C no. 242. It has the Renault PO3 engine that has an air starter. It was built in France. First registered with ‘A.C Marmande’, the Aero Club of Marmande which was the Aero Club of Gascogne. F-BCGM was used as a training aircraft and a glider tug between 1946 and 1969 when it was sold to the United Kingdom. 242 is now based at Headcorn in Kent, UK. G-AYGE has its own website that you can visit HERE.
No 1101. SV-4C (Modified)-Previously G-AZNF/F-BGJM
G-HJSS is a Stampe SV4C No.110. It was built by AIA D’Alger in Algieria in 1949 as an SV-4C powered by a Renault PO3. She was flown by the French Armee de l’air until transferred to the Aeronavale branch at Khouribga in Morocco. After her military service, 1101 was donated by the government to various flying clubs in the South of France including Cuers and Mazamet as F-BGJM before ending up at Oyonnax, near the Swiss border where she was used by the Aeroclub Jean Couty. In 1972, she was bought by Paul Yarnold, then a British United Airways Captain and flown to Southend (EGMC) where she was re-registered G-AZNF.
1101 was based at Shoreham and Redhill aerodromes until her last flight for quite a while in May 1975.In August 1987, after a lengthy and considerable re-build and re-registered as G-HJSS, 1101's new owner, Mr John Smith, christened Hugh hence the registration, had the aircraft flown on an air test for its Certificate of airworthiness. John then proceeded to learn to fly on the aircraft eventually gaining his private pilots licence in July 1997! John changed the original 4PO3 engine for the more capable 4PO5 with an inverted oil system and hence the title SV-4C(Modified). In November 2019, John Smith, at the age of 84, had decided to give up flying due to health reasons and sold the aircraft to the current owner, Richard Ward, here on the left. Richard based the aircraft at Redhill once more and she can now be seen leading the UK based formation team, the Stampe Formation Team, at airshows around the UK.